Today’s Number

1/10 less

Prime Factors of first 2 digits of the whole #

Round to the nearest ____

Write a number that is LESS (after decimal)

Write a number that is GREATER (after decimal)

Fraction (use # R of decimal)

Subtract 1/10 less and 1/100 less

1/100 less

Add 10 times greater and 100 times greater

____ x 103

100 times greater

Expanded Notation (Form)

10 times greater

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Name ____________________

Student Number ________

Today’s Number

1/10 less

Prime Factors of first 2 digits of the whole #

Round to the nearest ____

Write a number that is LESS (after decimal)

Write a number that is GREATER (after decimal)

Fraction (use # R of decimal)

Subtract 1/10 less and 1/100 less

1/100 less

Add 10 times greater and 100 times greater

____ x 103

100 times greater

Expanded Notation (Form)

10 times greater

Word Form

Created by: Lisa Nowakowski @NowaTechie

Power of 10

Name ____________________

Student Number ________

Today’s Number

76,944.259

1/10 less

76,944.259

Prime Factors of first 2 digits of the whole #

44 = 4 x 11

2 x 2 x 11

Round to the nearest HUNDRED

76,900

Write a number that is LESS (after decimal)

76,944.249

Write a number that is GREATER (after decimal)

76,944.269

Fraction (use # R of decimal)

.259 = 259/1000

% (use # R of decimal)

.259 = 25.9%

Subtract 1/10 less and 1/100 less

76,944.259

-7,694.4259

69,249.8331

1/100 less

7,694.4259

Add 10 times greater and 100 times greater

7,694,425.9

+769,442.59

8,463,868.49

Today’s # x 103

76,944,259

100 times greater

7,694,425.9

Expanded Notation (Form)

(7 x 10,000) + (6 x 1,000) + (9 x 100) + (4 x 10) + (4 x 1) + (2 x 1/10) + (5 x 1/100) + (9 x 1/1,000)

10 times greater

769,442.59

Word Form

Seventy-six thousand, nine hundred forty-four and two hundred fifty-nine thousandths

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Power of 10

769 x 102

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Prime Factors

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Game Board Option: With a pencil and a paper clip, partners take turns spinning. Laminate gameboard. Have students have a whiteboard available to work out problems.

Daily Number Paper: Each student has 1 in a plastic sleeve to record answers.

Partners need to check each other!

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